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Soccer America Women's Team of the Week
October 25th, 2011 6:06PM

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[AWARDS] Maya Hayes, who scored two goals in a pair of Penn State wins to give her two goals in four of her last five games. is the Soccer America Women's Player of the Week for games played Oct. 17-23. For Soccer America's Week 10 Team of the Week ...

Soccer America Women's Team of the Week (Oct. 17-23)
GK Sara Keane (West Virginia), Fr,
Made eight saves in 1-0 win over Pittsburgh as Mountaineers won Big East's American Division.
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F Courtney Conrad (VCU), Soph.
Scored game-winning goal to lift Rams to 1-0 victory over ranked William & Mary, extending their unbeaten streak to eight games and ending Tribe’s 10-game winning streak.
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F Kayla Grimsley (South Carolina), Sr.
Became South Carolina all-time scoring leader (116 points with 42 goals and 32 assists) with two assists against LSU (4-1) and goal and assist against Arkansas (3-1) as Gamecocks clinched share of first-ever SEC title
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F Kristen Hamilton (Denver), Soph.
Scored four goals on just five shots in wins over South Alabama (7-0) and Troy (6-0) to give her 15 goals, two shy of Pioneer record.
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PLAYER OF THE WEEK:
F Maya Hayes (Penn State), Soph.

Scored twice against both Michigan State (3-1) and Michigan (4-0) to give her two goals in four of last five games and 25 goals on the season.
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F Melissa Henderson (Notre Dame), Sr.
Had four goals in 5-1 victory over DePaul for third hat trick of season and sixth of her career.
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F Bridgett Miller (Santa Clara), Sr.
Scored two game-winning goals as Broncos remained unbeaten in WCC with 2-1 win at Portland and 4-1 victory at Gonzaga.
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F Julie Morrissey (Massachusetts), Sr.
Scored both goals in 1-0 wins over Duquesne and St. Bonaventure on Senior Day.
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D Lizzy Simonin (Memphis), Sr.
Anchored defense that posted 11th and 12 shutouts with wins over Southern Miss (3-0) and UCF (3-0) as Tigers clinched C-USA regular-season championship.
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M Cat Walker (San Diego State), Sr.
Scored game-winning goals in victories over Wyoming (1-0) and Air Force (1-0) on road to keep Aztecs in hunt for Mountain West championship.
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F Laura Weinberg (Duke), Soph.
Notched two second-half goals to lead Blue Devils past Wake Forest, 2-0.



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